NDIDI UBOGU


Sweet Melody - Poem by NDIDI UBOGU

Right now I'm on a broken plastic chair
My piano sitting opposite me
Listening to an old sweet song
Thinking about my sweet melody

Inside you is a paradise of chocolate
My wish is to live there forever
You are like a white dove with red rose
And your nails are like shinning crystals

You are as beautiful as an angel
You are as nice as a deer
You are more valued than those treasures
O you are sweet, sweeter than the sweetest

My sweet melody is flying with the birds
Each sound has fine wings
As beautiful as my angel' features
As beautiful as an orchid in a flowerpot

I held your hands and felt gentleness
I kissed your lips and begged for more
O you are sweet, sweeter than ice cream
My sweet melody, my one and only.

Topic(s) of this poem: love


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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 31, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, September 25, 2014


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